Monthly Archives: February 2011

Python GUI calc

Python GUI experiment. Simple calculator application made with Tk. It’s a first choice because it’s integrated into Python, simple to use and powerful enough for most cases. It’s also cross platform like an interpreter. However, there are many other libraries … Continue reading

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Voltage Drop Protection

DC motor drive circuit with automatic load regulation. Main concept is to cut off power from DC Motor and sustain the voltage in the circuit. Also detect low-battery state. Components: #1 – Dual Op-Amp CA158 (Like LM358) #1 – Trimmer … Continue reading

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Liquid Armor

Mainboard Asus Striker II NSE Video GeForce GTX 460 1 Gb ddr5 Pci-E Dual DVI / Mini HDMI OC Edition RAM OCZ DDR3 PC3-12800 Reape HDD #2 RAID 0 (Striping) WD Caviar Black 640 Gb Audio Creative X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty … Continue reading

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Fonera 2.0n hardware

Model Name FON2303 Dimensions 30 mm x 157 mm x 127 mm (excluding antenna) Power 12VDC, 1A (It seems to work with 6VDC) Ports #1 – USB 2.0/1.1 #1 – Ethernet WAN 10/100Mbps #4 – Ethernet LAN 10/100Mbps Antennas #2 … Continue reading

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Boost & RCF on Mac OSX with Xcode

Litle HowTo prepare Boost and RCF on Mac! My work environment is Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.6 and Xcode 3.2.5 Boost version is 1.45.0 and RCF version is 1.3 What is Boost and RCF? Boost is a powerful and … Continue reading

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